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    What EVERYONE Will Be Talking About at Thanksgiving Dinner

    Have you seen them? The guides for how to talk to your family about Obamacare over the holidays. That’s right—Organizing for America (OFA), President Obama’s campaign group, has a big push called “Health Care for the Holidays” that urges people to “have the talk” with their loved ones about getting … More

    She Lost Her Health Plan, But Won't Take a Government Handout

    Like millions of other Americans, Charlene Hopkins, a 52-year-old working mother from Washington, will lose her health care plan because of Obamacare. In her quest to find affordable insurance, Hopkins turned to Washington Healthplanfinder, the state’s Obamacare exchange. But once there, she discovered something alarming: she wasn’t able to choose … More

    See Everything This Mom's Cutting to Pay for Obamacare

    The holiday season is looming, but this year Kate Joy and her husband aren’t budgeting for gifts or saving for a vacation. They’re figuring out how to afford the 150 percent premium increases they’ll face in the New Year, thanks to Obamacare. Joy and her husband live in Sonora, California, and … More

    Still Stuck: An Update on the Obamacare Cancelations “Fix”

    One week ago, the President presented his solution for the millions of Americans who are receiving insurance cancellation notices because of Obamacare. His solution for the 4.7 million known cancellations depended on a “yes” from 50 different state health insurance commissioners and multiple insurance carriers operating in multiple markets. So … More

    Despite Obama’s New “Fix,” Old Health Plans Might Not Be Offered Again

    Cathy Pederson, like so many other Americans, had her health plan canceled as a result of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The Gilbert, Arizona, resident featured in a USA Today profile said she cannot afford a comparable plan, which would double her current $186 per month insurance premium. … More

    See the Map: Obamacare Exchanges Have Reduced Insurance Competition Nationally

    A recent Heritage analysis found significantly less insurer competition in the Obamacare exchanges relative to the prior individual health insurance market. Heritage Foundation senior fellow Ed Haislmaier examined insurer participation in the exchanges and found that nationally there will be “29 percent less insurer competition in the exchanges relative to … More

    Obamacare Supporter Claims Law Helps Colleges When It Really Hurts

    One of Obamacare’s most vocal supporters claimed the health care law is helping colleges and universities offer coverage to their employees. Except it’s really not. Representative George Miller (D-CA) said Thursday, “The ACA is another opportunity for education institutions—as employers—to partner with states and the federal government to ensure that … More

    David Horowitz Explains How Progressives Lost in the 1960s, Yet Still Found a Way to Transform America

    What can a former high-level progressive and founder of the New Left expose about American politics today? According to David Horowitz, a lot. In his newest book, “The Black Book of the American Left,” Horowitz explains how the communists of the 1960s were unable to transform America because they were … More

    Fictitious Obamacare “Fixes”

    As millions of people are learning that Obamacare is resulting in their insurance policies being canceled, the President’s “answer” and the legislative solutions being voted on by Congress are to issue a possible and limited one-year delay of the benefit mandates. Somehow, it is supposed to be reassuring to people … More

    303 Hours and Counting: N.C. Man Still Can't Delete Personal Information from HealthCare.gov

    Justin Hadley, the North Carolina man who could access a stranger’s private information on HealthCare.gov, is counting down the hours until his account is removed from HealthCare.gov — literally. Time since he first contacted the Department of Health and Human Services and received no help: about 303 hours. His countdown … More